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Sunday, December 22, 2013

So Cute We Just Had To Post It

Here's a picture to brighten your day. Jill Duggar recently helped deliver another baby under Certified Professional Midwife Venessa Giron. He weighed 9 lbs 2 oz and was 21 in long.

A Mommy's Butterfly birthing team welcomes Ezekiel Josiah
December 18th, 2013

11 Comments (Click Here to Add Yours):

Faith Walker said...

I love the duggars and I can name all of them

Anonymous said...

my daughter was 9lbs 10 oz when she was born ;-)

Anonymous said...

Good for her; she looks so confident! I love the baby's football bunting,too! Did Jana act as the doula, as well?

Emma said...

The football blanket/sack is adorable!

Anonymous said...

how about up dates on the other kids like what is josesph doing for a job these days of john david

Anonymous said...

Why do they never post pic's of the proud parents? I feel it is creepy that they take a snap without the parents they are the people that this is all about not the people doing there job I am a nurse and I would never take a pic with a paitent as I am there to care for them in a professional manner not make it personal and keep a running track of jobs I have completed. Imagine a casher posing for a pic with you as they had over your change at the store!

Linda and Natalie said...

That is why people have home delivery, its more intimate, you choose to be surrounded by people whom you have built a relationship with, not everyone wants a stark cold atmosphere. BONUS, the Duggars are proffesional AND caring. I glad nurses these days are going back to the good old days of sensitivitsensitivity training, your training must b from the non-empathetic or sympathetic time period. I would love to have a pic of the person who helped bring them into the world ,Jill and Jana, rather than some unknown cold nurse. Godbless you girls, so proud of the job your doing. ;>}

Anonymous said...

@Linda and Natalie
I agree. I had two free standing birth center births and my first baby was caught (I delivered them!:) by a student midwife who I had just met but had seen the overseeing mw at my appts. Even though I only met her that night I felt a real connection with her as her care for me was thoughtful and personal. I have a pict of my baby with them. My second baby I don't have that picture but have Picts of my mw in them supporting me. I also feel a personal connection and remember who caught my baby. That type of setting fosters that and parents are happy to have the pictures to go along with their memories. I don't think being a part of bringing life into the world can be compared to a cashier giving a customer change. It's a different relationship and form of professionalism.

Anonymous said...

I have assisted midwives at quite a few homebirths. Most of the time the parents request and take a pic of the midwife team holding the new baby.

Anonymous said...

the football blanket/sack is ADORABLE! Did the Duggar girls make it?

Anonymous said...

@Anonymous You obviously aren't a labor and delivery nurse. We take pics with families and babies ALL THE TIME!

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